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30s. he was stabbed to death last night. san jose police were called just before 8:30 and they say that the victim was outside of an apartment complex in the kenwood neighborhood. that's off monterey highway. he was attacked by a group of men who stabbed him multiple times. the victim later died at the hospital. police at this point don't know a motive and are searching for four suspects who ran from the scene. >> it's very vague at this point. four males possibly white or hispanic 18 to 20 and dark clothing possibly in a gray van that was seen leaving the area. >> reporter: this was the second homicide in san jose this week. on wednesday, a woman was shot and killed inside of her condo near tully road. police officers say that they are struggling with being understaffed. in 2008, the city had 1,409 police officers.
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today there are 1,061. that's 348 less. as of the beginning of january, fewer than 600 officers have been assigned to patrol about one million residents. that means that any given time there are only about 70 on the streets. latest victim's name hasn't been released. the woman killed on wednesday was 43 years old and leaves behind two children. police have made no arrests. live in san jose, elissa harrington, cbs 5. at least one person has been arrested in a home invasion robbery in san jose, as well. it's according to the "mercury news." officers say two or three men armed with knives tied up an older couple in their home near leeland high school on monday. the home was ransacked. two cars were stolen. both cars have been found. was was driven in a rest -- one was driven know a reservoir. people in antioch are on high alert after a man tried to lure a boy into his car after school yesterday near sutter elementary. a fifth grade boy says a stranger approached him claiming he was sent by a family member to pick him up. the student said, i don't know
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you, and quickly walked away. the suspect description is vague but reportedly driving a light blue '70s era car. new details in a shooting near a bart station earlier this week. police say two albany high school students who were shot wednesday were asked about their shoes first. it happened on a walking past near the el cerrito bart station after school let out. police didn't elaborate on the shoes. the teens are expected to make a full recovery. and the two shotters are still on the loose -- shooters are still on the loose. don't let drinkers get too drunk on super bowl sunday, the message being delivered to san francisco bartenders. cate caugiran reports that officials want 49ers to keep it in line on super sunday. >> reporter: good morning. city leaders want to make sure that super bowl celebrations are fun but clean and they want fans to keep this in mind as the bay area tries to bring a super bowl here in 2016 and
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keep those knuckleheads out. that's the term that mayor ed's lee used to describe these people, just after the world series vandals set fire to a muni bus and destroyed businesses and rioted in the streets. now san francisco's mayor does not want a repeat performance. >> suggest that these are something that heavy alcohol during the times of celebration, inebriation sometimes doesn't help with people who want to maybe go beyond the bounds of the celebration. >> reporter: on 24th and van ness, bartenders say they know what they are up against and won't hesitate to cut you off. sfpd says we shouldn't tear down the city and should show the world that 49ers are high class fans. next sunday, though, the police department will be stepping it up. you can expect to see extra officers on patrol as you're celebrating on game day. live in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. i just don't get it. the tearing down the city.
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>> i don't either. enjoy the game. >> turning over cars. >> for the good of the city. no reason to go out and -- >> i know. people just do strange things sometimes. >> gets all jacked up. our weather forecast is pretty calm. >> not too bad this morning. we are seeing calm conditions outside right now a few scattered light showers but they are hit and miss. you have clouds and fog out there too. our cbs 5 high-def doppler radar showing you some of those scattered showers early on. those are beginning to fade away a little buy but may not be done today. we have a chance of a few light showers throughout the day today and we have a couple of different air masses. one in the south is pumping moisture into the bay area but this next one here is going to be dropping down over the weekend. that's really going to cool down the temperatures and maybe bring us a few more raindrops. outside we have some of that fog. visibilities down to a half mile in the valleys, 40s and 50s. this afternoon highs only in the 50s and 60s. maybe a few more pop-up showers especially over the mountaintops by the afternoon. more on your weekend forecast coming up. right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> we have better news heading out of tracy.
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no longer seeing backups and the accident is now out of here out of lanes westbound 205 approaching 580. so in the green right now. now, once you got past that exit, then we are starting to see some slowing through livermore and really toward the dublin interchange. foggy across that stretch, as well. slow highway 4 in antioch. some speeds under 25 miles per hour. past antioch, things improve towards pittsburg-bay point. marin county check, golden gate bridge moving fine. they should have wrapped up that overnight roadwork within the last 10 minutes or so between the waldo tunnel and sir francis drake. south bay problem-free. no delay coming up 101 into san jose. downtown exits look good on 280 and the guadalupe parkway. coming up, we'll get a check of mass transit. in the meantime, back to you guys. >> thank you. autopsies are planned today for mother and daughter both found dead in a sierra foothills. dive teams found the bodies of 46-year-old karen anderson and her 5-year-old daughter in a
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frozen over pond near their home in amador county yesterday. authorities have been at the home several times during the week when the neighbors said the residents hadn't been seen. family friend says the 5-year- old victim was an outgoing child. >> she just went out and she would grab another kid and just take them and show them the ropes and just have fun with them. she was just a very happy kid. >> divers searched the pond where the bodies were found after a neighbor reported seeing a big hole in the ice. other headlines around the bay this morning, state senator from san mateo jerry hill is going to propose some changes in california's law about mountain lions. he wants the department of fish & game to be allowed to rescue injured or orphaned lions. currently it's illegal to rehabilitate them. two cubs were shot last month in half moon bay. the fate of the drakes bay
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oyster company could be decided this afternoon. the company sued the u.s. interior department after its permit to operate at point reyes national seashore expired in november. today a federal judge will consider whether to allow the company to continue operating while the case is being heard. vice president joe biden is on the road today to rally support for the administration's gun control proposal. and he kicks it off in virginia. biden will hold a discussion with experts who worked on gun safety following the shooting at virginia tech. meanwhile senator dianne feinstein announced her own bill yesterday. it will eliminate high capacity magazines and ban assault weapons. but vice president biden downplayed the need for an assault weapons ban. >> i'm much less concerned, quite frankly, about what you call an assault weapon than i am about magazines and the number of rounds that can be held in a magazine. >> president obama also plans to travel to push gun control
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this week. dianne feinstein got personal while introducing her assault weapons bill. feinstein talked about the day george moscone and harvey milk were killed at san francisco city hall. >> i was the one that found supervisor milk's body, and i was the one that put a finger in a bullet hole trying to get a pulse. once you have been through one of these episodes, once you see what the crime scene is like -- it isn't like the movies -- it changes your view of weapons. >> feinstein's bill would ban more than 150 assault style weapons and high capacity magazines. but she does concede that it has little chance of passing congress. a well-known crime fighter is pnc's pick to go after wall street -- president obama's pick to go after wall street. he nominate mary jo white to be the head of the securities and exchange commission. she was the first female u.s. attorney in manhattan. she led the successful
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prosecution of mafia boss john gotti. as head of the sec she says she will work hard to protect investors and ensure transparency of the market. the senate will vote monday on whether to provide help to victims of superstorm sandy. that little about provide more than $50 billion in emergency relief. lawmakers from new york, new jersey and connecticut say the money is desperately needed to help rebuild homes and businesses. but fiscal conservatives want an equal amount of spending cuts to avoid adding to our national debt. 6:10. the force is with a new "star wars" film that's coming out. the big name director that's jumping on board. >> and a teen's dramatic rescue from a deadly flash flood. the tense moments a worker nearly drowned trying to save him. >> and coordination is a must on every football field. some 49er players putting their fancy footwork to the test it. it coming up. >> and move over. it looks like aleah ward may be
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out of the floodwaters. both are doing okay. wow. heads up for anyone driving into san francisco this weekend. >> if you forget to feed your meter on sunday, be prepared to pay a pricy ticket. that new rule went into effect at the turn of the new year. for the first three sundays, though, the city was giving warnings to drivers but the hammer is coming down. 29,000 meters will be active from noon to 6 p.m. on sundays and the ticket for overstaying your meter downtown will cost you as much as $72. that price keeps going up. >> 72 times four is what? that's how many quarters that is. and you know, i think liz wenger knows all about quarters in san francisco. >> i do. parking card has saved my life so many times. it's the way to go. thank you. speaking of cars and parking, let's take you out to 880. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. still no metering lights yet and typically they turn them on by now so this is a late start
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to see any major delays overty bay bridge. only some slight ones so far in the outer cash lanes. fastrak users get by okay. it's moving okay up the incline as well so we'll let you know as soon as they turn the metering lights on. now let's go to our maps. there's an accident in this area that we're watching northbound 238. it's on that connector ramp to northbound 880. so it's in the center divide but you can see we're already seeing a little bit of slowing on our sensors in that area so you may find a backup even though it's not on the main lines. westbound 580 a little stop and go 205 in tracy towards the dublin interchange especially heavy traffic now speeds under 40 miles per hour as you make your way through livermore. elsewhere golden gate bridge headlights are moving southbound towards san francisco and doyle drive. they wrapped up overnight roadwork farther north through marin county between the waldo tunnel and sir francis drake. and quick update no chains required getting out of town for the weekend no chains required right now towards the
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sierra on 80, 50 or highway 88. that's a check of traffic. for more on these wet road conditions, lawrence has the forecast. >> widely scattered showers in the bay area this morning. fog is more of a concern. visibility is dropping down to a quarter of a mile in concord into napa. so watch out for that. you will see some patchy, dense fog early on. our high-def doppler radar showing you a few of those scattered -- scattered light showers hit and miss. foggy conditions out the door, chance of light showers and sprinkles outside even this afternoon a chance of a few light showers. i think mainly over the mountaintops. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. low pressure areas to worry about, this one to the south pumping up the moisture back into the bay area. but it's this guy in the gulf of alaska that will be paying a visit to the bay area this weekend to really drop the temperatures, keeping things unsettled and occasionally we may see some showers over the weekend, as well. all right. let's see if we can time this out. clouds early on today and a few scattered showers toward the afternoon, maybe a few more pop- up showers especially over the
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mountaintops in toward the south bay. and then you can see that next cold front dropping in from the north into the bay area tomorrow morning bringing with it a chance of a couple of more raindrops and more much colder air. temperatures only into the 60s in the central valley, 40s in the high country. 50s and 60s for highs. next couple of days including the weekend, there is a chance we could see widely scattered showers but some very cold temperatures. some of those numbers struggling to get into the 50s as we get in toward saturday, sunday. >> cold is a relative term. 50s? >> compared to the east coast, yeah. >> no kidding. from "star trek" to "star wars," that's apparently the route for director j.j. abrams. the wrap reports disney lined him up to director a "star wars" blockbuster. disney has the rights to the franchise after buying lucasfilm last year. abrams is currently working on a "star trek" film. colin kaepernick is the talk of the bay area after leading the 49ers to their
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sixth super bowl appearance. who is he again? >> yeah. okay. yesterday in santa clara kaepernick spoke to a crowd of reporters about dealing with the pressure and, of course, his famous tatoos on his arms. the quarterback ink has been a big discussion point in the nfl since he became the team's starter in november. colin was asked which tattoo was his favorite. here he is. >> probably the one on the inside of my arm that says "my gift is my curse." i just feel like that's something that applies to my life in many different ways. i mean, being a nfl quarterback, there's a lot of advantages that come with it there's a lot of doors that open when you're a quarterback. but at the same time, you're under a lot of scrutiny. there's a lot of things you can't do, as well. >> colin has tatoos [ indiscernible ] after this interview he bought all the reporters pizzas. smart guy. ♪ [ music ]♪ workouts are getting tough for the 9ers. some of the linemen here
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showing off their fancy footwork. that's alex boone, joe staley and mike ipati competing in a dance to promote the videogame just dance 4. they danced to "call me maybe." the final countdown and what makes you beautiful. >> call me maybe? really? how much did they have to get paid for that? >> if the guys see this in the locker room, they're done. >> definitely. >> in a big way. 6:20. the sharks are back in san jose for their long-awaited home opener. >> and it's not just for the fans that are happy to see them. of course they want to see the game. the huge boost to downtown businesses plus some highlights from the big game last night when we come back -- when we come back.
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nhl home game in more than nine months. fans have missed hockey but restaurant owners have missed the booming business that sharks bring to downtown san jose. to get ready la pinata restaurant bought $1,800 worth of new plates. >> it helps us a lot, man, not just the employees but the businesses. you see how people are struggling and this really helps us out. >> now, you can't underestimate how important these home games are. a 2008 economic report estimates each sharks game brings in $800,000 in spending outside the arena. how about the game? sharks hosting phoenix home opener. san jose trailed 3-2, less than 7 minutes left but the rebounded ties the game up for 3 and less than 2 minutes left sharks on the breakaway, to patrick marleau who scores the game winner and san jose is out
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of the gate 3-0 they win 5-3. for the first time since 1997 the golden state warriors have an all-star forward david lee picked as a reserve for the western conference. lee averages nearly 20 points and 1 rebounds a game. steph curry wasn't selected despite averaging over 20 points a game. lee averages nearly 20 points and 11 rebounds a game. college hoops, usf dons in portland game tied in the final seconds a three ball for the ballgame. it's good. 1/10 of a second left on the clock. usf big winners 75-72. nice. it is 6:25. coming up, plenty of fans snapping up 49ers merchandise. >> next how you can tell the fakes from the real deal. >> reporter: city leaders want to keep super bowl celebrations classy and under control. what the mayor is now asking bartenders and 49ers fans on game day.
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>> lots of clouds outside still scattered showers. what about the weekend? i think it will be very cold. we'll talk about that coming up.
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don't be dumb. >> san francisco city leaders worry about fans going wild after the super bowl. >> i want the city to be celebratory and safe for everyone. >> and calls around to bartenders to keep it under control. >> often they are the first line of defense against mayhem. >> the 9ers let loose before the big game. >> a lot of doors that open when you're a quarterback. >> not about keeping bad guns out of the hands of good people. >> vice president joe biden will head out on the road today to rally support for president obama's gun control proposal. >> i was the one that found supervisor milk's body, and i was the one that put a finger in a bullet hole trying to get
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a pulse. >> senator feinstein gets personal in her push for a federal assault weapons ban. >> california's back, its budget is balanced and we're on the move. >> an upbeat jerry brown lays out an optimistic vision for california. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "eyewitness news this morning." captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning. happy friday. it is january 25. i'm anne makovec. michelle griego is off. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:30. this morning san jose police are looking for several suspects in a deadly stabbing. >> it is the city's third homicide of the year and cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington live at the police department with
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more on this crime. >> reporter: the third homicide of the year but the second within two days. police don't know motives for either of these and have made no arrests. the latest victim a man in his 30s. he was stabbed to death last night. police were called just before 8:30. they say that the victim was outside an apartment complex off monterey highway in the kenwood neighborhood when a group of men attacked him stabbing him repeatedly. the victim was taken to the hospital where he later died. this violence came just one day after a woman was shot and killed in her condo near tully road. 43-year-old woman leaves behind two children. police haven't made any arrests in the murders. as for last night they are searching for four suspects who ran from the scene. >> it's very vague at this point. four males possibly white or hispanic 18 to 20 years old in dark clothing possibly in a gray van that was seen leaving the area. >> reporter: in just the first few weeks of 2013, san jose
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police officers have responded to homicides to violent robberies and to an attempted kidnapping. they are patrolling one of the largest cities in the country with limited staff. here's the numbers. in 2008, the city had 1,409 police officers. today there are 1,061. that's a difference of 348. as of the beginning of this month, fewer than 600 officers have been assigned to patrol about one million residents. that means that at any given time, there are only about 70 on the street. the latest victim's name hasn't been released. homicide detectives are still investigating and still searching for those suspects. live in san jose, elissa harrington, cbs 5. san jose police have arrested one of the suspects in a brazen home invasion robbery that happened on monday. that's according to the san jose "mercury news." officers say two or three men armed with knives tied up an older couple in their home near leeland high school. the home was ransacked and two cars were stolen. both of the vehicles have been
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found. one was driven into the uvas reservoir. an antioch community is on high alert after a man tried to lure a boy in a car there. it happened after school yesterday near the sutter elementary school. a fifth grader says the stranger approached him claiming he was sent by a family member to pick him up. the young boy said, i don't know you, and quickly walked away. the suspect's description is vague. he was reportedly driving a light blue '70s vintage car. some new details on a shooting near a bart station earlier this is week. police now say two albany high school students who were shot wednesday were asked about the shoes they were wearing. it happened on a walking path near the el cerrito bart station after school let out. police didn't elaborate on the nature of the shoes. those two teens that were shot are expected to recover. the two gunmen are still on the loose. and the word is going out to bartenders in san francisco. be careful with the booze you serve on super bowl sunday. >> you know it is going to be
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flowing. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is live in san francisco where the mayor wants bartenders to help keep football fans in line. that's a tall order. >> reporter: next sunday two officers will be stepping up their patrols. you can expect to see more police out on the streets during game day and that's because mayor lee doesn't want a repeat of this. this is what he calls knuckleheads. this is after the giants won the world series last year. the so-called knuckleheads set fire to a muni bus, vandalized businesses and rioted in the streets. now mayor lee hopes fans and bars keep the celebratory spirit high and the drinks to a minimum. >> we want the neighbors to celebrate and then i want to just also be there because we are getting ready to do a super bowl bid. >> reporter: they are keeping an eye out at clooney's at
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valencia and 25th. workers say the super bowl is about having a good time within reason. >> it's supposed to be fun have a great time. don't be dumb. you know? let's just have a good time, have some drinks. be safe. don't destroy other people's property. you know? make it a fun night. >> reporter: here's another tall order for you. on super bowl sunday, city leaders suggested bartenders serving something other than hard alcohol and for fans to drink in moderation. it's something they want fans to keep in mind as they try to bring a super bowl here to the bay area in 2016. reporting live in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. there's been a rush to scoop up 49ers gear. but a lot of the stuff you see being sold on street corners is counterfeit. one vendor told us his gear was officially licensed but we checked with customs and it was counterfeit. one agent said the bargain prices are no bargain at all. >> downside is you're not getting a genuine product.
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the quality is probably not good. there may be chemicals that are not approved to be used. >> official nfl gear will have a hologram, tags and, of course, a much higher price. the nfl gets a cut of the sales and then distributed it among the franchises, including the 49ers. >> they were out in force on market street yesterday. hey, want a 49er t-shirt? you know it's fake when they pull it out of a gym bag. >> it's cheaper. avoid it though. yes. of course. raider gear right now is selling at all time lows. [ laughter ] >> so go right ahead, folks. [ laughter ] >> you know, we have big changes for the weekend. a lot of clouds out there now. you have some fog showing up in the valleys and still a couple of raindrops outside. our high-def doppler radar is showing you some of those scattered showers. not a lot but some low-level moisture may be dropping in some parts of the bay area so watch out this morning on the roads. couple of areas of low pressure one in the south and one from the gulf of alaska going to affect our weather over the
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weekend. you have the clouds out there now over the bridge. and some patchy thick fog in the valleys. temperatures in the 40s and also the 50s. i think as we head toward the afternoon, those highs will be up in the 50s and 60s. the weekend though going to be cold and maybe a couple of raindrops too. we'll have more on that coming up. right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. some of our cameras are playing peek-a-boo. this is a live look near the dublin interchange. we can see cars once again. we couldn't see it because of the fog. right now, you can see a few headlights there towards the dublin-pleasanton area. drive time is up to about 20 minutes now between the altamont pass and 680. elsewhere out towards the nimitz this is a live look near the oakland coliseum. so this is at 880 and 66. there is an accident part your south northbound 880 approaching hesperian and san leandro. two left lanes are blocked. so we are hearing about backups behind it. kcbs is over the scene and they say that it is slow and go approaching the area. once you get up to oakland,
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then things improve. and a quick look at the bay bridge where the metering lights were turned on but traffic is still super light for this time of the morning. barely a delay heading into san francisco. that's traffic. back to you guys >> thank you. in your world, egyptian opposition protestors are all gathering to mark the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled the hosni mubarak government. protestors are demonstrating against the current president demanding freedom of expression. the health ministry reports at least 16 people were wounded as gas bombs and firecrackers are being thrown between the protestors and the police. riot police have stormed a train subway depot in athens, greece to breakup a sit-in by striking employees. metro workers are outraged by the austerity measures and salary cuts. no subway service for nine days. greece is in the sixth year of deep depression and spiraling
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unemployment rates at above 26%. 6:39. vice president joe biden is taking new gun control proposals on the road trying to rally support. he is going to start in virginia. he will host a discussion with experts who worked on gun safety following the shooting at virginia tech. meanwhile senator dianne feinstein announced her own bill yesterday that would eliminate high capacity magazines and ban assault weapons. well, he evoked everything from the bible to the little engine that could. next our political insiders on the upbeat forecast from the governor's state of the state. [ child rapping ] >> oh, yeah. she is a die-hard 9ers fan. the mini football star who is tweeting all about her rap. >> and the market opened up about 10 minutes ago on this friday. a quick look at the early numbers out of the gate. we are all green and looking good. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks will talk about that and much more coming up.
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state-of- the-state address yesterday... brown heavily focused on the budget... which is in the black for the first time in over a decade. jerry governor brown laid out an optimistic vision for future of california in this state of the state. he focused on the budget, in the black for the first time in over a decade. >> california's back, its budget is balanced and we're on the move. i think i can. and over the mountain the little engine went. we are going to get over that mountain i have no doubt about it. >> brown credited state lawmakers for making bold spending cuts and praised californians for voting to raise taxes. we turn to our political insider phil matier who joins us live with the former san francisco mayor willie brown on this friday and guys, what did you think of the state of the state? how did the governor do? >> what did you think? the little engine that could.
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is he doing it? >> you know, the 11 tries, this was probably his best. >> this is his 11th state of the state address. >> it is. no other governor matched that. >> it was amazing. i was in the chambers then and this guy was bouncing over everything. he was quoting the bible, quoting irish poets. he was quoting the king of spain. and he was doing the little engine that could all in one swoop. >> and in most cases, many of the people, what is he talking about? [ laughter ] >> members, i mean. however, he got a standing ovation. at some point when he talked about schools, and the situation of college of tuition, everybody gave him an ovation. he was well received. >> i got to tell you something. i was watching the members as he was speaking and i got to tell you, there are a number of democrats that were sitting on their hands half the time when he was speaking and some republicans. but even the democrats weren't sure which way he was going. >> well, it's a good thing you can't recognize whether these guys are democrats or republicans because some of
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them never looked up. they were on their computers or they were e-mailing or they wer texting, paying no attention and only reacted when people around them did something. >> what goes through the guy's mind? it's all over the place sometimes. >> keep in mind that this was a speech that clearly jerry wrote. no one else could have figured it out including jerry. but it got him through longer than ever, longer than ever. he delivered the message about optimism. he delivered the message about jobs. he delivered the messessage about local control of schools. he really did one hell of a job and then left on high-speed rail. >> he got out of town. >> you have to tip the cap to the voters because my guess is this speech would have been entirely different if prop 30 didn't pass. that is his ticket to ride, right?
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>> exactly. if prop 30 had gone down, this would have been his -- i don't know. it would have been -- i don't know what a comparable speeching would have been. >> i don't know if he would even have shown up to make a speech. but you have to understand, he was speaking beyond the borders of california. he was really sending a message to kerry, to joe biden and to hilly saying, i win re-election in 2014, i'll be around for 2016 and you'll have to have a conversation wit me. >> is he thinking about running for president? >> are you kidding me? that wasn't just a speech for california. that was a speech for young california. >> you're serious? >> totally! >> he knows his cousin. you know. >> 73, 74, though. >> come on. >> age is no longer an issue. >> the republicans ripped that speech apart saying he was overly optimistic and they are predicting doom and gloom. >> he balanced the budget. >> one incredible quality was
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this is really the first time i have ever heard jerry say thank you to his supporters. >> he is not a very thankful guy? >> he is a thankful guy but you just doesn't say it. a silent thankful guy. >> that's a first. you heard it first. jerry brown running for president. >> there you go. >> is that going to be in your column sunday? are we breaking news here? >> we are breaking news every time i open my mouth! [ laughter ] >> can't stop that. >> you may want to clue in the governor, too. >> that's why we love willie brown. thanks, guys. well, it was a rare rotten day for apple as its stock dragged down the nasdaq. >> here to chat about that, kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. call it the curse of high expectations. even though apple turned in record numbers of iphones and ipads sold in the 4th quarter, its stock took a beating yesterday falling about 12% and losing $59 billion in market
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value in the process. a lot of investors worried that its higher end products are not being received as well overseas and emerging markets like china and india where samsung has made inroads as well as many other android-based devices that are cheaper some wall street analysts out there saying this could compel apple to make a lower end iphone in order to increase those sales. so that could pinch margins elsewhere so that's not an easy task ahead. apple is rebounding this morning. its shares are up about 1%. speaking of samsung, its galaxy line-up led to a 76% increase in profit in the latest quarter up to $6.6 billion. and according to strategy analytics samsung was the smartphone winner for 2012. sold 213 million smartphones apple in second with 136 million, nokia with about 35 million in third place. stocks off to a positive start today thanks to some stronger earnings, some companies like
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procter & gamble, kimberly- clark and halliburton. dow up 35, nasdaq up 16, s&p up 5 points back to 1500. touched that level yesterday and it's going to see if it can hold on for the first time since december of 2007. frank and anne, back to you. >> thank you, kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. well, a crackdown on consumer fraud cases involving healthcare for workers here in san francisco. a city law says restaurants are supposed to be setting aside a couple of dollars from each bill to help cover employee health expenses. city attorney says that's not always happening. today's crackdown announcement comes a week after a pizza company agreed to a $200,000 settlement for failing to do just that. bart trains are getting new security equipment that will also help riders stay connected. bart is buying communications devices that will send live video from the railcars to bart security and their control centers. those devices will also provide free wi-fi service now for the cars. that service is expected to be a lot more reliable than the
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current wi-fi that's offered aboard the bart trains right now. 10 minutes before 7:00. and some sprinkles outside this morning. >> light showers out there this morning. but this weekend we have some big changes coming our way. some much colder air headed in our direction and maybe a few more showers. outside we go, our high-def doppler radar showing you some scattered showers around the bay area this morning. but i think throughout the day we are going to keep a chance at least a few more showers in the forecast and some fog out there. visibilities down to a quarter mile in napa and into concord this morning. so watch out for that, as well. this afternoon, we'll see a lot of clouds outside, maybe some more pop-up showers especially over the south bay mountains. temperatures will be in the 50s and also the 60s. i have a couple of lows to deal with one off the coast of southern california now. one in fact gulf of alaska. the one down in the south still spinning up moisture in our direction but the one to the north will likely bring very cold air and some unsettled weather to this bay area this weekend. here's the latest forecast model showing you some of those clouds outside and a few scattered light showers. we have a chance of that into the afternoon as well as we'll
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see afternoon heating and pop- up showers and then the cold front dives into the bay area tomorrow morning maybe to bring a couple of more raindrops but more importantly a chance of a couple of scattered showers. traveling out of sfo today we have possible delays there around the country. we'll see some cold temperatures in the eastern half, 20s and 30s there. some 70s in houston. temperatures in the 50s and also the 60s. next couple of days we will keep things unsettled but the ma the. >> of those temperatures going to be very chilly only in the -- majority of those temperatures going to be very chilly only in the 50s. elizabeth? >> roads are slick. be careful. word of numerous smaller fender benders, a lot of them quickly cleared to the right-hand shoulder. but again, you may just want to give yourself some extra time. live towards the san mateo bridge, there is an accident reported on the flat section of the span just past the pay gates. now, our traffic cameras not picking up slowing yet but again westbound 92, heading out of hayward, drive time is still 15 minutes between hayward and
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foster city. eastbound 92 looks grade towards the east bay. bay bridge this is how now it is a light traffic day. the metering lights have been on since shortly after 6:00. but there's really not much of a wait at all getting into san francisco. if you commute the bay bridge every morning you know this is unusual. just slight delays in the middle lanes. couple of different spinouts accidents one in san leandro that's now cleared another new one southbound 880 at davis street is now off to the right- hand shoulder. so no delay between san leandro and oakland. and this problem spot also out of lanes on the connector ramp from northbound 280 to southbound guadalupe parkway. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. so if you were the parents of jim and john harbaugh, who are you going to root for on super bowl sunday? >> tough spot. john from the ravens decided to play a little prank on his family. he pretends to be a reporter from baltimore. >> question from baltimore, is it true that both of you like jim better than john?
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[ yelling ] >> is that john harbaugh? >> mom was ready to come right through this phone! i'm so happy that joannie recognized your voice. >> that's the sister. her husband is the head coach of indiana basketball. the mom hopes that the nfl will let super bowl end in a tie so both sons can win. sad news, mom, not happening. >> check out this 5-year-old rapper. she is actually from ohio. but she is a huge colin kaepernick fan. >> she rapped about the quarterback before and now has another one. kaepernick for mia. ♪ [ music ]♪ [ rapping child ] >> that's sarah from dayton, ohio. it's the latest youtube sensation. last year her video on the quarterback went viral. kaepernick even tweeted about
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it. she is adorable. i think her parents get a lot of credit for the work on that one. >> not quite sure she put that together but she is a great little actress and singer. she should be at the game. we are sending a gaggle of reporters to the game super bowl xlvii in new orleans. there's dennis o'donnell, vern glenn, michelle griego leaves tomorrow and mike sugerman by the way is driving there. he is going to report along the way. and he is on his way today. >> our very lucky coworkers. they are going to bring back some good stuff. it's 5 minutes before 7:00. and san francisco bracing for loud rowdy 9ers fans on super bowl sunday. >> and now the mayor is suggesting to bartenders, his goal to keep game day celebrations nice and classy. coming up.
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[ telephone rings ] good evening this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. looking for several suspects in connection with a deadly stabbing. it happened last night outside an apartment complex in
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the kenwood ne im was a man in san jose police looking for several suspects in connection with the deadly stabbing last night outside an apartment complex in the kenwood neighborhood. the man who was stabbed is in his 30s and he was stabbed multiple times. he died at the hospital. this marks the city's third murder of the year. no arrests have been made. san francisco's mayor calling for a peaceful celebration at the 49ers -- if the 49ers win the super bowl next sunday. he want to avoid the vandalism similar to after the world series. mayor lee is calling or bartenders to cut off drunk patrons during the game. >> a little common sense. >> i never understood that. your team wins and then you break things? >> i like watching the game. >> enjoy the game. >> i'll be at a super bowl party. >> we have some very interesting weather around the bay area today. clouds out there, scattered showers. but those just light showers popping up around the bay area this morning. i think as we head throughout the day, a chance of a few more
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pop-up showers over the mountaintops and temperatures staying in the 50s and 60s. going to be chilly this weekend. a cold system dropping in. chance of a few showers temperatures only in the 50s. >> okay. let's take you outside live towards milpitas. southbound 880 toward 237. no delay seen in the camera. traffic is light on this friday morning. westbound 580 just your usual commute now heading through the altamont pass. the bay bridge metering lights are on, no delay at all. >> thank you for joining us today and remember, join us next week because michelle griego is going to be live in new orleans. she is going to be joining us with all of the latest in super bowl preps. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday january 25th,
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2013. welcome to "cbs this morning." democrats start the push an assault weapons ban while a leading republican governor says the gop must stop being the stupid party. new hope for the world's economy. but some of the best minds in finance say it all hinges on america. the storey gets more strange for manti te'o and for the first time we hear from the person who pretended to be his girlfriend. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 9 0 seconds. >> it's not about keeping bad guns out of the hands of good people. it's about keeping all guns out of the hands of bad people. >> the white house takes new aim at gun control. >> yesterday congressional democrats introduced a plan to ban assault weapons. >> we have had enough. these weapons do not belong on the streets. >> the reason you find so many of us very reluctant is we believe each step down this road leads to the next step and the next step and the